London (UK) to Oslo (Norway) £ 21.68 Return Ticket

London to Oslo 21.68

London – UK (STN) to Oslo – Norway (TRF) Return Ticket

Price: £ 21.68
Average Fare:  £ 120.00

Savings: £ 98.32

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 30.08.2017 to 5.09.2017

Oslo

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Oslo (Norway) to New York (USA) £ 212.27 Return Ticket

Oslo to NY 212.27

Oslo – Norway (OSL) to New York– USA (JFK) Return Ticket

Price: £ 212.27
Average Fare:  £ 620.00

Savings: £ 407.73

Airline: Lufthansa
Date: 06.03.2018 to 16.03.2018

New York Facts

  • The New York Public Library has over 50 million books and other items and is the second largest library system in the nation after the Library of Congress. It is also the 3rd largest library in the world
  • New York is the third most populous state in the United States after California and Texas. Of its population of 19 million, a little over 8 million live in New York City alone. In fact, about 1 in every 38 people in the U.S. lives in New York City, and more people live in New York City than in Australia and Switzerland combined.
  • New York City, New York, is the most linguistically diverse city with over 800 languages spoken, and 4 in 10 households speak a language other than English.
  • Niagara Falls State Park was the first state park in the United States when New York made it the Niagara Reservation in 1885. The three falls cascade 150,000 gallons of water over 176 feet and attract 12 million visitors each year.
  • The Bronx Zoo in New York is the largest city zoo in the United States with over 500 species and 4,000 animals.

Oslo (Norway) to Los Angeles (USA) £ 222.87 Return Ticket

Oslo to Los Angeles 222.87

Oslo – Norway (OSL) to Los Angeles – USA (LAX) Return Ticket

Price: £ 222.87
Average Fare:  £ 620.00

Savings: £  397.13

Airline: Lufthansa
Date: 11.02.2018 to 20.02.2018

Los Angeles

Oslo (Norway) to Bangkok (Thailand) £ 260.60 Return Ticket

Oslo to Bangkok 260.60

Oslo – Norway (OSL) to Bangkok – Thailand (DMK) Return Ticket

Price: £ 260.60
Average Fare:  £ 580.00

Savings: £ 319.40 

Airline: Norwegian
Date: 2.05.2018 to 10.05.2018

Bangkok

With so much of its daily life conducted on the street, there are few cities in the world that reward exploration as handsomely as Bangkok does. Cap off an extended boat trip with a visit to a hidden market. A stroll off Banglamphu’s beaten track can lead to a conversation with a monk. Get lost in the tiny lanes of Chinatown and stumble upon a Chinese opera performance. Or after dark let the BTS (Skytrain) escort you to Sukhumvit, where the local nightlife scene reveals a cosmopolitan and dynamic city. It’s the contradictions that provide the City of Angels with its rich, multifaceted personality. Here, climate-controlled megamalls sit side by side with 200-year-old village homes; gold-spired temples share space with neon-lit strips of sleaze; slow-moving traffic is bypassed by long-tail boats plying the royal river; Buddhist monks dressed in robes shop for the latest smartphones; and streets lined with food carts are overlooked by restaurants perched on top of skyscrapers. And as Bangkok races towards the future, these contrasts will never stop supplying the city with its unique and ever-changing strain of Thai-ness.

 

London (UK) to Longyearbyen (Norway / North Pole) £ 154.75.00 Return Ticket

London to Longyearbyen 154.75

London – UK (LGW) to  Longyearbyen – Norway (LYR) Return Ticket

Price: £ 154.75
Average Fare:  £ 350.00

Savings: £ 195.25

Airline: Norwegian and SAS
Date:  1.03.2018 to 7.03.2018

Longyearbyen

Longyearbyen is like a portal to a magical sub-polar world. Just about every Svalbard experience begins here, but if you came to Svalbard and spent the whole time in Longyearbyen (Svalbard’s only town of any size), you’d leave disappointed. That’s because although Longyearbyen enjoys a superb backdrop including two glacier tongues, Longyearbreen and Lars Hjertabreen, the town itself is fringed by abandoned mining detritus and the waterfront is anything but beautiful, with shipping containers and industrial buildings. The further you head up the valley towards the glaciers, the more you’ll appreciate being here. Even so, Longyearbyen is a place to base yourself for trips out into the wilderness rather than somewhere to linger for its own sake.

London (UK) to Oslo (Norway) £ 11.98 Return Ticket

London to Oslo 11.98

London – UK (STN) to Oslo – Norway (TRF) Return Ticket

Price: £ 11.98
Average Fare:  £ 90.00

Savings: £ 78.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 30.11.2017 to 5.12.2017

Norway

Impossibly steep-sided Norwegian fjords of extraordinary beauty cut gashes from a jagged coastline deep into the interior. Glaciers, grand and glorious, snake down from icefields that rank among Europe’s largest. Elsewhere, the mountainous terrain of Norway’s interior resembles the ramparts of so many natural fortresses and yields to rocky coastal islands that rise improbably from the waters like apparitions. Then, of course, there’s the primaeval appeal, the spare and staggering beauty of the Arctic. And wherever you find yourself in this most extraordinary country, these landscapes serve as a backdrop for some of Europe’s prettiest villages. Nature in Norway is very much an active pursuit, and this is one of Europe’s most exciting and varied adventure-tourism destinations. Some activities may be for the young, energetic and fearless, but most – world-class hiking, cycling and white-water rafting in summer; dog-sledging, skiing and snowmobiling in winter – can be enjoyed by anyone of reasonable fitness. 

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London – UK to Oslo – Norway £ 9.98 Return Ticket

London to Oslo 9.98

London – UK (STN) to Oslo – Norway (TRF) Return Ticket

Price: £ 9.98
Average Fare:  £ 140.00

Savings: £ 130.02

Airline: Ryanair
Date: 14.11.2017 to 21.11.2017

Norway

Norway is a once-in-a-lifetime destination and the essence of its appeal is remarkably simple: this is one of the most beautiful countries on earth. Impossibly steep-sided Norwegian fjords of extraordinary beauty cut gashes from a jagged coastline deep into the interior. Glaciers, grand and glorious, snake down from icefields that rank among Europe’s largest. Elsewhere, the mountainous terrain of Norway’s interior resembles the ramparts of so many natural fortresses and yields to rocky coastal islands that rise improbably from the waters like apparitions. Then, of course, there’s the primaeval appeal, the spare and staggering beauty of the Arctic. And wherever you find yourself in this most extraordinary country, these landscapes serve as a backdrop for some of Europe’s prettiest villages.